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Dorsett Publications specializes in “how-to” books
and other publications for the miniature modeler. Started in 1964
with the publication of the first volume of the Cabinetmaker's
Guide to Dollhouse Furniture (Victorian) by Helen Dorsett, Dorsett
Publications has taught generations of scale modelers and has been a standard
bearer for 'how-to' publications in the miniature field.
Why should you carry The Scale Cabinetmaker and The Cabinetmaker's Guides?
- The books and cds from Dorsett
Publications drive sales.
For shop owners, The Scale Cabinetmaker, the Best of TSC, and the Cabinetmaker's Guide Series sell other products: scale wood and sandpaper, hobby knives and power tools, decorative accessories, wallpaper, rugs, needlework supplies, and a host of other materials and products that help the scale modeler build and decorate their dream models.
- The Scale Cabinetmaker encourages your customers to move beyond kits and into a long term interest in scale modeling.
The Scale Cabinetmaker has been called the "bible for scale modeling." Once simply a journal, in the years since TSC went off the market, it has transformed into one of the most sought after reference guides for scale modelers. From the articles on tools, to the broad range of individual projects, The Scale Cabinetmaker will enourage your customers to expand their skills and their horizons.
- The Scale Cabinetmaker provides a wealth of information found no where else.
Whether your customers are interested in improving their skills, learning how to use new tools, exploring new techniques for finishing miniatures, trying their hand at scratch-built structures and furniture, The Scale Cabinetmaker has a wide variety of projects and technique articles available no where else.
Dorsett Publications current publishes three hobby product lines:
The Scale Cabinetmaker on cd-rom. Dorsett Publications is introducing a whole new generation to what was arguably one of the best miniature "how-to" publications on the market, for hobbyists and craftsmen alike. For twenty years, TSC set the standard for in depth tool and technique articles and top-notch projects. For a complete list of topics covered in TSC, Volumes 1 through 10, check out the TSC Cumulative Index.
|Volume 1 (1976-1977) Price: $24.00
||TSC Volume 1 (4 issues) included: The plans for the Stanley Whitman House (Farmington, Connecticut), Modern Walnut Folding Chair (Danish Modern), Carving Cabriole Legs, Linear Measurement & Tools, Smithfield Plantation Roundabout, Art Nouveau Parlor Cabinet, 17th Century Gateleg Table, Working with the Dremel Moto-Lathe, Introduction to Handwoven Caning, Leisure Furniture of the Early 1900s, and Woodturning with Chisels on a Unimat.
Volume 2 (1977-1978) Price: $24.00
|TSC Volume 2 (4 issues) included: Woodturning on a Metalworking Lathe, Carving Ball & Claw Feet on Cabrioles, Caning a Late Empire Couch; Philadelphia Dressing Table, Form Tools and Woodturning; Sheraton Night Table, Introduction to Stenciling, Stenciled Cottage Chest (c. 1840), Hidden Wiring in Prefab Miniature Houses, Detailing a Federal Period Row House, Building an All Purpose Shaper/Saw Table, and Lighting Shadow to Scale.
|Volume 3 (1978-1979) Price: $24.00
||TSC Volume 3 (4 issues) included: Planning a Kit-Bashed House, Constructing Balustrades, Victorian Hall Tree, 1877 Bent Wood Sled, 1914 Pedal Car, Making Scale Dowels, Mission Billiard Table, Voltage and Resistance in Miniature Lighting, Late Georgian Room (roombox project by Pete Westcott), Copy Attachment for a Lathe, 1880 Eastlake Rolltop Desk, Making Flutes with a Copy Attachment, and Using Calipers.
|Volume 4 (1979-1980) Price: $24.00
||TSC Volume 4 (4 issues) included: Late Georgian Roombox, Empire Corner Shelf (1739), Helical Fluting With a Copy Attachment, A Guide to Joinery, Turning Slender Spindles, Empire Clocks, Metalworking with Handtools (Popcorn Popper), Simple Lathe Techniques, Spanish Daybed Frame (New Mexico, 1850), Millwork for Miniatures, Disc Sander, Wiring, Building a Wood Surfacer, Combination Folding Bed, Finishing and Finishes, and Making a Single Flute Molding Cutter.
|Volume 5 (1980-1981) Price: $24.00
||TSC Volume 5 (4 issues) include: Finishing, A Williamsburg Interior (Pete Westcott), A Mounting Table for a Dremel Moto-Tool, Empire Rocker, Using Figures in Scale Settings, The Nature of Metals, Curved Molding, A Water-Cooled Lathe for the Unimat, A Modified Four-Poster Bed, Chippendale Commode Chair, Eastlake Secretary, Victorian Renaissance Center Table, Primer for Plastic, Making Scale Lumber, and Hand Turning Tools.
|Volume 6 (1981-1982) Price: $24.00
||Volume 6 (4 issues) included: Hand Carving with an X-Acto Knife, Danish American Sideboard, 1938 Fiberboard Dollhouse, Operating Tinplate in 1/12 Scale, Making Special Purpose Hinges, Serpentine Table, Queen Anne Fixed Head Day Bed, Fretwork Miniatures, Adapting a Shaper Table for Curved Work, Photographing Miniatures, The Scratch Tool, Norwegian Bride's Chest, The Morris Chair, The Store Building (Jack Carpentry in Miniatures), and 1900 Clothes Wringer.
|Volume 7 (1982-1983) Price: $24.00
||Volume 7 (4 issues) included: Norwegian Bride's Chest (Part 2), Wooden Toys for a 19th Century Christmas; Half-Inch Windsor Side Chair; Duncan Phyfe Window Bench; Shaper Table Adjustments; 19th Century Mansard Room Store Building; Empire Extension Dining Table, Roman Curule Chairs, Electric Hand Drill Lathe/Sander; Solution s to Workshop Sawdust; Chippendale Federal Sofa; Tricycle Baby Carriage; Hardware Drawings for Profile (Photo-etching); 1920's French Provincial Chaise Lounge; A Working Desk Lock; Carving on a Curved Surface; Multi-Display Workhorse Transformer; An Operating Ceiling Fan; Chippendale Canopy Bed; Spinning Wheel, Pin Driver for Miniatures; Grinding a Profiling Tool for Wood Turning; 1949 Haywood-Wakefield Modern Bedroom Suite; Hoosier Cabinet; 1/2 Inch Queen Anne Lowboy; Two-Sided Photo-etching; and much more.
|Volume 8 (1983-1984) Price: $24.00
||Volume 8 (6 issues) included: 1929 Child-Size Vanity Dresser & Bench; 1929 Artificial Christmas Tree; Building Furniture w/ Commercial Spindles; Casablanca Ceiling Fan with Built-in Motor; Green Window House (Victorian); Tudor Swiveled Bookcase; Spinning Wheel (Part 2); Stenciled Floor Cloth; Chair Leg and Rung Assembly; Valet Chair; Cottage Spindle Sofa; Plastic Jigs & Fixtures; Improved Wiring Channel Router; Regulated Power Supply for Miniature Settings; 18th Centuray Cellarettes; 1930 American Standard Bathroom Fixtures: A New England Fancy Chair; Direct Current Power Supply; 1905 Sears, Roebuck Kitchen Range; 1740 Queen Anne Spice Chest; Swinging Cradle; Hand Decorated Furniture; 19th Century Lady's Desk; 1/4" Italianate Victorian House; Power Wood Carver; Grandfather Clock with Moving Parts; Antique Bird Cage and Stand; c.1900 Parlor Stereoscope; Commode Chair; Scale Drawing from a Photo; High Volume Frame Cutting; Custom Kitchen Cabinets; House Power Supply; Dial Caliper for Scale Projects, and much more.
|Volume 9 (1983-1984) Price: $24.00
||Volume 9 (4 issues) included: Sears 1930 Breakfast Set; Italian Settee; Voltage Drop Resistors and Diodes; 1" and 1/2" Scale Pumps; Carved Canadian Art Nouveau Rocker; How to Locate and Prepare Dowel Joints; A 1930 New England Wood Shed; Built in Gardening Cabinets; Wire Dish Rack; Dremel Drill Press Improvemens; Eastlake Nursing Chair; A Lady's Cylinder Desk; 1/2" Italianate Row House; 1/4" Italianate Depot; Introduction to Brickwork and Brick Bonds; Popcorn Popper; A Gumball Machine; A Circular Staircase; Tool Rest for Small Lathes; Transformer Basics; and Scale Modeling Tools and Tool Costs.
|Volume 10 (1984-1985) Price: $24.00
||Volume 10 (4 issues) includes: French Paneled Bed; Chinese Side Table; Hand Pumped Vacuum Cleaner; Kneehole Chest of Drawers; Carving Techniques; House Wiring; Tapered Rip Fence; Improvements for the Microlux Drill Press; Garden Furniture; Casting Methods; Step-Top Highboy; Soap Savers; Mastic Brick; French Chest; Dado Routing Fixture; Hanging Desk; Cutting Edges; Carved Table; Bed Side Tables; Low Post Rope Bed; Lamps; Ethan Allen Wing Chair; Fireplaces; Metal Lathes; Sharpening Carving Tools; Band Saw; Cotswold Cottage; Victorian Porch Details; 18th Century Lyre Table; 1/2 Scale Modern Pedestal Desk; Small Metal Lathe; Table Saw Safety; Micro-Lux Table Saw; and Andirons, Fireirons; and Accessories.
The Cabinetmaker's Guides, Volumes 1 through 10. The first Guide was pubishd by Helen Dorsett in 1963. Since then, Dorsett Publications has published 10 volumes of original plans and patterns. The Guides were designed to provide enough plans and patterns to furnish a four to five room dollhouse in a specific period (Shaker, Victorian, Quen Anne, etc.):
|Volume 1: 19th Century Country Furniture
1.Lamp Shelf ; 2.Clock Shelf; 3.Spice Shelf; 4.Wall Shelf; 5.Victorian Whatnot; 6.Trestle Bench; 7.Trestle Table; 8.Trestle Lamp Stand; 9.Round Parlor Table; 10.Drop Leaf Table; 11.Kitchen Windsor Side Chairs; 12.Transitional Caned-Seat Side Chair; 13.Shaker-type Rocker; 14.Slab Seat Rocker; 15.Upholstered Wing Chair; 16.Kitchen Dresser; 17.Tin Paneled Pie Safe; 18.Dry Sink; 19.Cottage Bedroom Dressers; 20.Cottage Bedroom Washstands; 21.Cottage Spool-turned Sofa; 22.Transitional Low-Post Bed; 23.Cottage Clock; 24.Cottage Panel Bed; 25.Franklin Stove.
|Volume 2: Victorian Furniture (1850-1880):
||1.RENAISSANCE BEDROOM FURNITURE ( Renaissance Night Stand, Renaissance Dresser, Renaissance Bed, Renaissance Commode); 2.COTTAGE BEDROOM FURNITURE: (Cottage Waterstand, Cottage Bed, Cottage Dresser , Night Stand); 3.ROCOCO PARLOR SET (Lady's Chair, Gent's Chair, Loveseat No. 1, Loveseat No. 2, Side Chair, Parlor Table, Oval Parlor Table, Upholstered Rocker); 4.Cottage Slipper Box; 5.Scroll-Bracket Corner Whatnot; 6.Renaissance Round End Sideboard; 7.Transitional Side Chair; 8.Dining Table.
|Volume 3: Jacobean and William & Mary Furniture
||SECTION I General Construction Methods and Terms. SECTION II: PLANS: 1.Seat Back Side Chair; 2.Seat Back Arm Chair; 3.Brewster-Type High Chair; 4.Carver Side Chair; 5.Carver Arm Chair; 6.Joined (Or Joint) Stool: Wainscot Chair; 7.Cromwellian Chair; 8.Slot & Pin Candle Pin: 17th Century Form or Bench; 9.17th Century Stretcher Table; 10.Trestle Stand: Turned Trestle Stand; 11.Turned Cross-Base Candle Stand: Chamfered Cross-Base Candle Stand; 12.William & Mary Desk On Frame; 13.Six Board Chest; 14.Cradle; 15.Rail and Stile Blanket Chest; 16.William & Mary Blanket Chest: Hudson Valley Hutch Table; 17.South Jersey Settle; 18.North Shore Dresser; 19.Under Eaves Bed; 20.Trundle Bed; 21.Tester Bed; and 22.William & Mary Wing Chair
|Volume 4: Queen Anne Furniture (1720-1755)
||SECTION I: GENERAL CONSTRUCTION Methods and Terms. SECTION II: PLANS: 1.Side Chair; 2.Parrot Back Chair; 3.Arm Chair; 4.Newport Slipper Chair; 5.Upholstered Wing Chair; 6.Upholstered Sofa; 7.Tilt Top Table; 8.Candle Stand With Wind Shield; Tea Table; 9.Sideboard; 10.Breakfast Table: Drop-Leaf Gateleg; 11.Newport Dining Table: Drop-Leaf Gateleg; 12.Highboy; 13.Lowboy: Mirror; 14.Small Chest Of Drawers; 15.Cupboard On Frame; 16.Chest On Chest; 17.Slant Front Desk; 18.Cradle; 19.Low Bed; and 20.Tester Bed.
|Volume 5: Turn-Of-The-Century Oak Furniture (1890-1915)
||SECTION I: GENERAL CONSTRUCTION Methods and Terms. SECTION II: FURNITURE PATTERNS: 1. MISSION DINING ROOM SUIT (Mission Dining Room, Mission Dining Chair, Mission Buffet, Mission China Cabinet); 2. GOLDEN OAK PARLOR SET (Golden Oak Sofa, Golden Oak Arm Chair, Golden Oak Side Chair); 3.Parlor Stand; 4.Parlor Table; 5.Tabourette; 6.Library Table; 7.Combination Bookcase & Writing Desk; 8.Caned Seat Dining Chair; 9.Dining Room Chair; 10.Parlor Rocker; 11.Parlor Table; 12.High Paneled Bed; 13.Swell Front Dresser, Large Mirror; 14.Swell Front Chiffonier, and 15.“76 COLONIAL” BED ROOM SET (Roll Top Bedstead, Princess Dresser, Chiffonier, Washstand).
|Volume 6: French Furniture (1715-1870)
||Introduction to Vol. 7: French Furniture. SECTION I: CONSTRUCTION NOTES & BILLS OF MATERIAL. SECTION II: FURNITURE PLANS & PATTERNS: 1.Louis XV Side Chair; 2.Louis XV Arm Chair (Fauteil); 3.Second Empire Caned Side Chair; 4.Louis XVI Open Arm Chair; 5.Louis XVI Upholstered Closed Arm Chair (Bergeres); 6.Second Empire Caned Country Settee; 7.Louis XV Small Table; 8.Louis XV Small Table with Drawer; 9.Louis XV Style Night Stand; 10.Louis XV Style Three Drawer Stand; 11.Second Empire Country Dining Table; 12.Louis XV Style Chest (Commode); 13.Painted Louis XV Regency Commode; 14.Oak Armoire (c. 1780); 15.18th Century Pine Country Cabinet (Armoire a Deux Corps); 16.Second Empire Buffet and Shelf; 17.Louis XV Style Women's Desk; 18.Louis XV Daybed; 19.Louis XVI Bedstead; 20.Louis XV Polish Bed (Lit A La Polonaise); 21.Louis XV Polish Bed Canopy; and 22.Three Pedestals.
|Volume 7: Overstuffed Furniture (1875-1950)
||PART I: OVERSTUFFED FURNITURE: A GENERAL INTRODUCTION TO CONSTRUCTION
TECHNIQUES. PART II: FURNITURE PLANS & PATTERNS: 1.Club Style Waldorf Rocker; 2.Lawson Lounge Chair; 3.Lawson Lounge Chair (Variation); 4.Lawson Sectional Sofa; 5.Lawson Sofa; 6.Modern Lounge Chair; 7.Tuxedo Love Seat; 8.Modern Sectional Sofa; 9.Turkish Chair; 10.Tufted Lawson Sofa; and 11.Club Sofa & Chair
|Volume 8: Half-Inch Scale Furniture
||1.FAMILY ROOM (TV Cabinet & Bookcase, Storage Cabinet, Stereo Cabinet with Chest Bas, Bench, Painted Six Board Chest, Shaker Ladderback Chair, Shaker Dining Chair, Shaker Arm Chair, Shaker Rocking Chair, Trestle Table, Shaker Workstand, Upholstered Wing Sofa, Wing Chair); 2. KITCHEN (Floor Cabinet: Basic Unit, Wall Cabinet: Basic Unit, Wall Cabinet: Half Unit, 26” Wide Floor Unit, Floor Cabinet: Corner Unit, Wall: Corner Unit, Built-In Sink, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Built-In Stove & Oven, Stove Hood); 3.DINING ROOM (Empire Sideboard, Gondola Chair, Empire China Cupboard, Empire Pedestal Dining Table); 4. LIVING ROOM (Drop Front Victorian Desk, Pedestal Center Table, Oval Coffee Table, Trestle Table (Cottage), Consol Table & Mirror, Rococo Lady's Chair, Rococo Gent's Chair, Rococo Side Chair, Rococo Sofa, Lounge Chair, Crescent Sofa); 5.EMPIRE BEDROOM (Empire Chest, Lamp Stand, Shaving Mirror, Dressing Table, Dressing Bench, Louis XVI Arm Chair, Sleigh Bed, Empire Lounge) ; 6.VICTORIAN COTTAGE BEDROOM (Panel Bed, Commode, Dresser, Lamp Stand, Balloon Back Chair); 7. BEDROOM, NEW ENGLAND PAINTED (Cannonball Bed 2., Four Drawer Chest & Mirror, Night Stand, Fireside Wing Chair, Washstand, Blanket Chest); and 8. BATHROOM (Bathtub, Stool, Cabinet Sink).
|Volume 9: Basic Federal Furniture (1788-1825)
||CONSTRUCTION: GENERAL INFORMATION (1.Reading & Using The Plans, 2.Sources, and 3.Construction Notes). PLANS & PATTERNS: 1.Occasional Table with double-elliptic tilt top; 2.Occasional Table with square top and canted corners; 3.Square Work Table; 4.Sheraton Chamber or Dressing Table with ring turned legs; 5.Corner Basin Stand; 6.Hepplewhite Gate Leg Dining Table; 7.Pembroke or Breakfast Table with ovolo corners; 8.Square Work Table with ovolo corners; 9.Hepplewhite Dining-Room Side Chair; 10.Hepplewhite Dining-Room Arm Chair; 11.Hepplewhite Winged Easy Chair; 12.Martha Washington Armchair (or Lolling Chair); 13.Traditional Easy Chair; 14.Small Transitional Sofa; 15.Square Sofa; 16.Bow Front Four-Drawer Chest; 17.Inlaid Cherry Chest of Drawers; 18.Small Walnut Inlay Hunt Board; 19.Low Post Bed; and 20.Summer-Winter High Post Bed.
|Volume 10: Shaker Furniture (1790-1850)
I: CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND NOTES (1.General Construction Methods , and 2.Construction Notes & Bills of Material). II: ELEVATION DRAWINGS: 1.Child's Six Board Chest, 2.Child's Small Footed Chest,3.One Drawer Blanket Chest, 4.Two Drawer Blanket Chest, 5.Small Case of Drawers, 6.Three Step Stool, 7.Two Step Stool, 8.Carpeted Foot Bench, 9.Dining and Meeting House Bench, 10.Keyed-Tenon Short Bench, 11.Kitchen Bench/Table with Drawers, 12.Three Slat Chair, 13.Two Slat Dining Chair, 14.New Lebanon Arm Chair, 15.New Lebanon Rocking Chair, 16.Small Trestle Table, 17.Community Dining Table, 18.Six Square Dining Table, 19.Sister's Shop Table, 20.Stretcher-Based Drop-Leaf Table, 21.Low Work Table, 22.Rimmed Top Stand, 23.Adjustable Candle Stand, 24.Round Candlestand, 25.Workstand with Cyma Legs, 26.Sewing Stand, 27.Small Sewing Chest, 28.Sewing Desk, 29.Drop-Leaf Sewing Table, 30.Swivel Sewing Stool, 31.School Desk, 32.School Bench, 33.School Hanging Book Rack or Shelf, 34.High Cupboard/Chest, 35.Washstand, 36.Trustee's Desk, 37.Low Bed, and 38.Bed.
The Best of TSC Series. Over a 20 year span, Dorsett Publications published 80 issues and over 1000 projects and technique articles in The Scale Cabinetmaker. The Best of TSC Series is brings materials on a specific modelling subject or a specific style under one cover. Upcoming volumes include the TSC Beginner's Book, Lathe work, the Whitman House, and some of the multi-issue roombox projects by Pete Westcott and others. This means that someone who is interested in Post-war furniture or finishing techniques, doesn't have to invest in 20 different issues in order to find all of the information on a subject or style.
|Volume 1: The Toys of Christmas
The Toys At Christmas: An Introduction (Jim Dorsett & Meghan Dorsett). TOY ARTICLES: 19th Century Noah's Ark (Helen Dorsett), 19th Century Nuremberg Kitchen (Helen Dorsett), 1858 Greiner Doll and 1867 Crandall Doll Carriage (Helen Dorsett), 1870 Operating Kaleidoscope (Ruth Armstrong), 1877 Bentwood Sled (Helen Dorsett), 1886 Two-Wheel Pull Cart (Helen Dorsett), 1914 Speedway Roadster (Jim Dorsett), 1929 Child's Vanity Dresser (Helen Dorsett), 1935 Fiberboard Doll House (Helen & Meghan Dorsett), 1940's Artificial Christmas Tree (Helen Dorsett). TECHNIQUES: The Cabinetmaker's Notebook: Preparing Tinstock (Ruth Armstrong). Techniques for Bending Wood (Don Peck & Helen Dorsett), Nature of Cuprous Metals: Copper, Brass, and Bronze (Al Atkins), Photo Etching and Scratchboards (Jim Jedlicka & Jack Reifel), Soldering Tools and Techniques (Jim Dorsett), and Scroll-cutting (Suzanne Russo).
|Volume 2: Kitchen Cabinets
PROJECT ARTICLES: Built-in Kitchen Cabinets (James H. Dorsett), An 1890 Country Kitchen Cabinet (Helen Dorsett),
1920's Kitchen Cabinet (James H. Dorsett), 1920's Breakfast Nook (Marie & Don Heuer), 1930's Sears Roebuck Breakfast Set (Helen Dorsett), and Contemporary Kitchen Cabinets (Helen Dorsett). TECHNICAL ARTICLES: A Guide to Joinery
Ripping Stock, Table Saw Safety, & Cutting Joints with Hand &
Power Tools, Using a Drawplate to Size Dowels, and Measurement Conversion Chart.
|Volume 3: Kitchen Appliances
|PROJECT ARTICLES: Farmhouse Cream Separator (Ruth Armstrong , 1915 Detroit Jewel Transitional Gas Range (Ruth Armstrong), 1922 Montgomery Wards Fireless Cooker (Ruth Armstrong), 1925 Sears Elite Gas Range (Marie & Don Heuer), 1920's Wards Blue Line Oven/Stove (James Dorsett), and 1931 Monitor Top Refrigerator (Ruth Armstrong).
|Volume 4: Dollhouse Power Supplies
|TECHNIQUE ARTICLES: Dollhouse Power Supplies (Wm. T. Roubal), Combating the Burned Out Lamp: Voltage & Resistance in Miniature
Lighting (Jim & Hariet Jedlicka , Multi-Display Workhorse Transformer (James H. Dorsett), Regulated Power Supply for Miniature Settings (Glenn Botto), Variable Voltage Power Supply (Wm. T. Roubal), Power Supply in a Coal Shed (James H. Dorsett), Using Voltage Dropping Resistors & Light Emitting Diodes (Wm. T.
Roubal), and Lighting Shadows to Scale (Jim & Harriet Jedlicka).
|Volume 5: Arts and Crafts Furniture
PROJECT ARTICLES: The Craftsman Furniture of Gustav Stickley (James H. Dorsett)(Celandine Tea Table, Library Table and Chair, Hanging Book Shelf, and Magazine Cabinet); Arts & Crafts Bungalow Furniture (James H. Dorsett) (Stickley Paneled Bench (Inglenook Bench), Library Table & Chair, Spindle Sofa, Greene & Greene Fern Stand); Half Inch Scale Mission Bedroom Set (Helen Dorsett) (Panel Bed, Bedside Stand Chest of Drawers, Princess Dresser & Mirror); and The Morris Chair (James H. Dorsett).
|Volume 6: Hand-Woven Caning
|TECHNIQUE ARTICLES: An Introduction to Handwoven Caning (Helen Dorsett) and Practice in Seat Rushing (Helen Dorsett). PROJECT ARTICLES: Victorian Factory Side Chair (Helen Dorsett), Contemporary Bamboo Headboard (Helen Dorsett), Late Empire Caned Couch (Helen Dorsett), Renaissance Victorian Side Chair (Helen Dorsett), Mid-Victorian Caned Rocker (Helen Dorsett), Child's Empire Rocker (Helen Dorsett), Eastlake Nursing Rocker (Helen Dorsett), Eastlake Swivel Office Chair (James Dorsett), and New England Fancy Chair (Helen Dorsett)
- 0-9 books: 35% discount
- 10-99 books: 40% discount
- 100 or more books: 45% discount
An order can be place by mail, by phone, or by email. Please include
the name of a contact person and the best times to reach them by phone
or email with your first order. Wholesale orders also require that
we have on file verification of the wholesaler's tax identification
number as the retailer or distributor. Please send your EIN number or Business License number with your
initial order, as well as a check, money order, or credit card information to cover the cost of the intial order. Once credit has been established, payments are due “net 30.” Orders are shipped within
five (5) business days of the order's receipt.
All orders are shipped USPS Priority Mail, unless otherwise noted.
For More Information
To request wholesale information and a wholesale catalog,
please email Meghan Dorsett,
Publisher, Dorsett Publications, 630 Depot Street, Christiansburg
Virginia 24073 or call 540-382-6431.